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Association of Shinto Shrines

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The Association of Shinto Shrines is a Shinto organization. It is the largest shinto organization with over 80,000 shrines.[1]

It was founded by the Jingukyo, the National Association of Shinto Priests, and the Office of Japanese Classics Research at the end of World War II.[2][3]

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  1. "Jinja-Honcho -CIVILIZATION OF THE DIVINE FOREST-". www.jinjahoncho.or.jp. Retrieved 2023-04-09.
  2. 文化庁編さん (February 2011). 宗教年鑑 (PDF) (平成21年版 ed.). ぎょうせい. ISBN 978-4324091975. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2023-04-09.
  3. 中山, 郁 (March 2009). "國學院大學と教派神道". 史料から見た神道-國學院大學の学術資産を中心に. 弘文堂. pp. 227–247. ISBN 978-4335160561.

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